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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 9 August 1902

I i is it 1 in it i r is v THE MINING FIELD Notes from the Dragoon Range Messrs Cummlngs and Holmes are slaking a working shaft on their property at South Pass Keath Preston formerly manager of the Copper King is working some claims east of the Copper King whlcL ne nas lately acquired catch mining whi The following from the Mohave Mi ner tells of the success of a former 3 C Bagg manager of the New Comstock Mining company who was in Kingman Thursday last staed that in the drifts now being driven on the Catherine mine a new ore phase is developing The ore heretofore has been gold bearing entirely but the new ore carries as high as 100 ounces of silver and 3U gold to the ton This ore occurs in spots and is quite dis tinct from the other ores of the mines So far the drift is in 35 feet and splen did ore has been taken out On the Square mining claims will soon b the manner of marking on the surface as the bill now before congress will surely pas Vexatious suits overj apex and extralatera...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 9 August 1902

h r i x i M I I M 7 JJS s BISBEE DAILY RVI SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 9 f At The Fair At The Fair THAT SETTLES IT When a cook drops an egg in the coffee When a woman has the last wora When you see for yourself that a thing is so That settles it We Do As We Advertise Doesnt It Remember Our Clearance Sale MONDAY AUGUST 11th 1 9 O 2- WATCH FOR CIRCULARS TOMORROW SATURDAY mtw Doubt Is Changed to Certainty Furth r lrutnini Is Seedless Its Easy to Tell a Lie but sinful Haul to Keep It Going We hare been Expounding on- the Truth fullness of the statement UNITED VERDE FIRE STILL BURNING HAS REACHED FIFTH LEVEL1 MINE AND SMELTER ARE SHUT DOWN Between Five Hundred and One Thou sand Men are Out of Employment as a Result Several men recently employed by the United Verde Copper company came down from Jerome on yesterday mornings train and for the present will seek work elsewhere They state that both the mine and smelter are practically closed down and somewhere between 500 and 1000 men are thrown o...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 9 August 1902

i h n l 1 i t I I lfffi L taWPi Americas Great Debt To the Mother Country Br ANDREW CARNEGIE Es Why w E do live in a whirl these days things move so fasti Consider for a moment what 1 in my bhort span have already seen WHEN A BOY I SAW THE FIRST LOCOMOTIVE BROUGHT TO PITTS BURG ON A CANALBOAT no railroad beiug constructed I SAW THE FIRST TELEGRAPH WIRE FROM THE EAST STRETCHED INTO THE TOWN no telegraph beyond or in any other direction But stranger than these as a meeiigur boy 1 HAVE DELIVERED TELEGRAMS TO THE FIRST WHITE MAN HORN WEST OF THE OHIO RIVER Today the center of population in the United Stater of America is COO miles west of the Ohio at Pittsburg which Tuean that in the area in which there had not been a white man born until Pittsburgcr cyme at least 40000000 people live today all and now of the English speaking race whatever their origin THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AMERICAN UNION HAS JUST BEGUN FOR LESS THAN THIRTY PEOPLE TO THE SQUARE MILE 1NHA2IT IT WHILE THE OLD HOME ENGLAN...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 9 August 1902

A m I i i PHOENIX AND EASTERN WILL BE SON IN OPERATION TO BEN WITHIN ONE YEAR Deeds for Right of Way In Vicinity of Phoenix and Mesa are Being Se cured Deeds to the right of way for the Phoenix Eastern will soon be put on record in the office of the county recorder the first one having been filed yesterday afternoon This deed vas for the north northeast hi township 1 north range 4 east and was filed by W J Kingsbury of Tempe Today a large batch of deeds for the right of way will be filed and it Is expected that they will continue until the list Is complete which it is believed will be only a short while The local members of the Phoenix Eastern right of way committee have about completed their work and the proposition is up to Mesa and Tempe It appeared for a while as though Tempe would let the question drop but since the return of the chairman W J KlngsSwry things are beginning to look different The matter Is being pushed along and will soon be within the grasp of the com mittee As ...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 9 August 1902

A U i All Work Guaranteed Dr O C JOSLEN Reliable Specialist Weakness If othv physicians har treated joa for aUed weakness yoa wre helped only temporarily if at all and the reason is rery pparent vrhen the cause of loss of power in man is understood Weakness isnt a weakneas at all but is merely a symptom of chronic inflammation in the prostrate land My system of local treatment re more this incarnation and is the only treatment that eTer has or erer can perm a oently restore strength atd rigor Contracted Disorders Many men make the mistake of attempting to cure themselves by the use of patent nos trums All contracted diseases ar daner ous une s tretted promptly and scientifl cally A partial cure may result in lo s of sexual power through Injury to the pros trate gland My treatment is prompt and absolutely infallible Write Dr Joslen HHWHIlBl jsmnimmmmtmmmnminmmmfnmmnwnmmming Chicagos Painless I DENTISTS I PERMANENTLY LOCATED iN THE JOHNSON BLOCK I XAMINATION ADVICE i FREE H WATCH FOR ...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 9 August 1902

v V f fc v vk COUNTY SEAT BISBEE WANTS IT TOMBSTONE CORRESPONDENT TAKES OCCASION TO ABUSE 1 BISBEE The People Here are In Earnest Will Present the Petition at the Proper Time Tombstone August 7 1902 Editor Review I read with consid erable interest your editorial in last Sundays issue on thet subject of th removal of the county seat I am of the opinion that this sub ject has only been viewed by most people at least in the abstract sim ply as a matter of adding something to the already most populous and wealthiest town In the county without regard to the politic or economic side of the question The property owners no doubt believe it will further en hance the value of their property by having the county seat at the town where their property is located Now in the concrete these are the facts If the county seat is removed to BIs bee where will the court house be built Up Brewery Gulch or Tomb stone Canyon School Hill or Castle Rock The topographical and other conditions answer the quest...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 10 August 1902

At various points along the route of the procession Kitchener received thunderous ovations which he ac knowledged neither by look nor by bow but as English crowds are used to this treatment from Kitchener it quite failed to suppress their enthusi asm But it was for the king and queen themselves that people really let themselves loose Throughout the day whenever and wherever their majes ties were seen cheers were loud and long especially was this so on the re turn journey of the king and queen to Buckingham palace Until the booming guns announced that the crowning of King Edward and Queen Alexandra had been achieved there lingered in thousands of minds a nervous apprehension that even at the last moment some untoward event might once more plunge the nation Into consternation When this wa passed unrestrained jubilation was as much tribute to the kings personal popularity as it was evidence of re lief from the tension of the last two weeks So while the scenes on the streets were robbed...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 10 August 1902

-I i d J0ZZWt K BISBEE DAILY REVIEW CCSSOLIDAfED PrtilTIHS N0jUB USHIKC COMPAHY Addreaj all communications to BIS 3EE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Ariz ACTbU NUMBER PBINTID T0 DAYU00 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ajEMOCRATIC COUNTY TION At a meeting of the democratic central committee of Jochise county held In Bisbee on July 31st 1902 it was ordered that the democratic coun ty convention be called to meet in the opera house Bisbee Arizona on tie 20th day of August 1902 at 10 democratic territorial convention call- ed to meet at Tucson on the 3d day of September 1902 nominating can didates for the various legislative and county offices to be voted for at the November election of this year electing a county central committee and transacting such other business as may properly come before said convention Order of business to be arranged tj the convention The following ls the number ot delegates apportioned to each pre cinct based on the vote cast for the bead of the ticket in 1900 Bisbee 30 Tombstone...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 10 August 1902

U rr r -a v NACO NEWS MEXICAN TRANCE EFFECTS AN INTO A HOUSE But is Met by a Determined Woman with a Thirty eight Calibre Re volver Other News Items Naco August 9 For some lime a series of robber ies have occurred tn Naco trie arti cles stolen being valises cases of eggs clothes chickens while resi dences were broken into and rooms ransacked Thursday Bob Giles the Naco constable arrested NIcasus Rey nnsn ami Carlos finnzales who were at once charged with stealing two ocratic valises one the property of R J Nealis who sened in Cuba and was a wagon master in Georgia receiving first class testimonials from his super ior officers Nealis had gone to Fair bank to work His alise was stolen from a room where it was left Officer Uiles did good work in locating these men who were suspected of many robberies of a similar nature An exciting incident occurred Wed nesday night Mrs Jennie Keenan a well known and highly respected resident of Naco was alone in her home on the outskirts of the town w...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 10 August 1902

I v 1 i i I - Wool Dress Goods 80 t X 25c 55c 45c Ladies Ready Hade Goods 25C 45C 90c 125 200 300 25c 40c 55c 75c BISBEE DAILY REVI SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 10 Ladies Sleeveless Vests regular price 15c sell now for 3 for Ladies Sleeveless Vests sold at 25c now go at 2 for Ladles Sleeveless Vests sold regularly for 35c sell at the remarkable low price of Ladies Sleeveless Vests made in Switzerland White or Colored sold at 85c sell at Ladies Sleeveless Silk Vests sold at 175 now -1 CT go for the remarkable low price of J WE HAVE HALF SLEEVE AND FULL SLEEVE VESTS THAT GO AT SAME REDUCED PRICES Ladies Wrappers all those made of Lawns and Dimities or of a Light Color Percale go at one half of regular price Ladies Trimmed Hats at ONE THIRD of regular price Ladies Walking Hats at ONE HALF of regular price Misses and Childrens Dept Misses Waists sold at 100 and 150 White or CC- JJ nl A a - - wwiwiww yw ---- Misses Skirts in Crash and Duck sold at 75c and 100 go at y 45c Misses Chambrey Merceri...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 10 August 1902

f M w i A LONELY WIFE HUNTING HUSBAND A CHICAGO WOMAN TRACES HIM TO ARIZONA Was Last Heard of In Tucson May Have Worked in Bisbee His Description Chicago 111 Aug 5 1902 To the Editor Dear Sir My hus band Mr Frank Novotny of 10i6 West Nireteenth street Chicago left or Tiie Jay night March 11th 1902 for Phoenlv Arizona arriving there on Saturday March ICth He stayed there until the 29th and from there he went to Tucson and was last seen and spoken to by Mr W H Taylor tlie city marshal of Tucson on April 15th Since April 15th I have not beard from him and as be always wrote at least once a week I am led to believe that something has hap pened him I was Informed by the town marshal of Tucson that judging from the conversation he had with my husband he was going back to Phoenix or In that direction north to some of the mining camps Acting on this information I wrote to all the different mines in Arizona asking them if my husband was employed or had applied for work and they ad vised me t...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 10 August 1902

I DELIGHTFUL RESORT HUACHUCA MTS DR EDMUNDSON SPEAKS ENTHU SIASTICALLY REGARDING J BIRNER RANCH One of the coming resorts of this lection of Arizona Is the J Birner ranch In the Huachuca mountains about thirty three miles from this point It is a beautiful healthful spot and Is fast becoming popular The way to reach this point Is sim ply by wagon road and those who go there at present take tents anil bed ding with them as there are no cot tages built for this purpose thus far Dr Bdmundson who has just re turned from thee after a three weeks outing says Many from Bisbe Tombstone Naco and other points come and go from here continually during the summer months At pres ent George Toles and family I W Wallace and family Joe Curry and family are all at this place There is a beautiful stream about half or three quarters of a mile from the ranch which adds very greatly to the comfort and pleasure of those who may go there Mr Berner has an Ideal fruit farm of peaches and apples and a beautifu...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 10 August 1902

I j I I i 4 J ft l Contracted Disorders Many men make the mistaVt of attempting to cure themseUes by the use of patent nos trums All contracted diseases are danger ous unte33 treated promptly and scientific cally A partial cure may result in loss of sexual power through injury to the pros trate gland My treatment is prompt and absolutely infallible asufttytsrayaft si VJT - First Class Driving and SaddieHorses FUNERAL DIRECTORS 0 K Livery Feed fe Sale Stables B F GRAHAM CO Proprietors Stables at Bisbee and Naco Arizona O K DAILY STAGE LINE I Slije leaves Bisbee 7 a in 8W a in 10 a m 1130 a m 1 p m 2o0 ii m 4 i m 5 p m Me Waxes Naco 7 a m 830 a in 10 a m 1 2 V 4 fi p in Th stij leavii jr Naco connect- at Don Luis with the passenger i i from Poulas Su re leaving KUbee at 4 0oock takes passn ttis from Dowlas rain at Don Luis fop Naco irj j 4 4 y 4 WHO FILLS YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS In soliciting 6urtrado for Our Pre cription Department we villi state that this branch of our buire i at all tim...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 10 August 1902

t 7 t - I JlH j TABLES TURNED IN MODERN CASE F W HOWARD AND M R HARLAN NOW ON TRIAL Case Postponed in Judge Williams Court Until 1 P M on Monday Several Lawyers on Both Sides The case of the Territory against F WHoward ana M R Harlan for criminal conspiracy was postponed yesterday until 1 p m Monday There Is quite an array of counsel on both sides of the case which bids fair to be ery Interesting Attorney W P Miller Is conducting the prosecution In behalf of President N A Centers of the Modern Mining company and C T Clark Lyman B Hall and George A Neal appeared for the defense Owing to an absence of a witness the prosecution moved for an adjourn ment which was objected to by the defense A continuance was ordered until 1 oclock Monday afternoon The first step In the case was taken when criminal proceedings were Insti tuted against the president of the company which were later dismissed upon motion of the prosecution who were not permitted to introduce their evidence There was no evid...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 August 1902

VOLUME VI SALT LAKE WELCOME ELKS OFFICII ELKDOM IN READINESS FOR ANNUAL MEET Grank Exalted Ruler Charles E Pick ett Arrives Best People on Earth Pouring in from All Direc tions Salt Lake City Aug 11 While of ficially Elk week does not begin un til tomorrow official Elkdom is all in town today in readiness for the an nual grand lodge session and reunion Grand Exalated Ruler Charles E Pick ett of Iowa and the other officers have established headquarters and have been busy all day receiving the thousands of the best people on earth who have been pouring in from every direction Among the early arrivals today were delegations from New Mexico California Texas Montana Washington and Minnesota The most of the visitors from the ooo ami mirtiiie west arrived yesterday and spent the day viewing the sights of the city ana i iauiy By midnight tonight it is confidently that no fewer than 20000 visitors will be in the city The prep arations for their entertainment nae been completed and the busine...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 August 1902

J f r 21 A A BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning except Monday DhtuLiDAfcO At Tu HUB LISHINC CDMPAXY Address all communications to BIS B E DAILY KEVIEW Bisbee Ariz ACTUU SUMBER PRINTED T0 DAY1400 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVEN TION At a meeting of the democratic central committee of Cochise county held In Bisbee on July 31st 1902 it -was ordered that the democratic coun ty convention be called to meet In the opera house Bisbee Arizona on the 20th day of August 1902 at 10 oclock a m The convention is called for the purpose of selecting delegates to the democratic territorial convention call ed to meet at Tucson on the 3d day of September 1902 nominating can didates for the various legislative and county offices to be voted for at the November election of tblls year electing a county central committee and transacting such other business as may properly come before aald convention Order of business to be arranged by the convention The following is the number of d...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 August 1902

A i i O f Ai i J THE MINING FIELD MILLIONS ARE BEING INVESTED its respective properties made which went as high as 8100 If this good showing continues Mr Lefebre will soon be on easy street Samples of the rock were left at he assay office of Geo Clark on yes terday and the free gold is plainly isi ble with the naked eye BISBEEITES INTERESTED In an interview with C W Mitchell assayer for the Copper Queen com pany and secretary for the Western Gold Exploration company he Informs us that his company who are operat ing a group of five gold silver mines are now preparing to erect a twenty- their ores They have more than twenty thousand dollars worth of pay ore on the dumps and much more than that in sight in tne mines The winze which they are now sink lneir mines are situated in one 01 Naco Arizona the prettiest and healthiest parts of New Mexico with a fine stream of water running through the camp and plenty of timber shade trees on the ground Mr Mitchell lately spent several days in th...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 August 1902

I- i r 4 THE CIVY FATHERS FIRE PROTECTION ROAD QUESTION ABOVE OPERA DRIVE DISCUSSED Councilman Warner Favors Better Fire Protection Attorney Miller Instructed to Appeal from Decis ion of Binger Herman The city council was called together last night by Mayor Mulrhead with Councilmen Warner Taylor Bowen and Kindred present The question of the road to be con structed above Opera Drive met with an obstacle in that John Foster would not give a deed to the land over which the road would be builL He offered houever to confer a deed to the city If a certain trail running behind his premises would be abandoned This was left for further consideration Mr Musgrove who is absent from the city has not yet given a bond of 250 for the construction of the city barn and has not signed up the con tract to complete the work within thirty days The letting of the contract for the building of the city jail was delayed a week because Architect Olmstead had not submitted the plans to the coun cil Councilman...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 August 1902

In I m IS B f J 3V Get your ICE CR2AM FRUITS NUTS CANDIES CIQARS TOBACCO and REFRESHMENTS at tit BROOK SIDE Upper Malm LARGE DISH ICE CRAM Ma tas BISBEE DAILY REVIEW TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 12 DIAMOND commencing BROS Monday Aug 1 1 th And will last Two veeks Only ALL SUMMER GOODS Clean Up I must go regardless of cost Cn 1 As our buyer is East purchasing a full line of Fall Goods and v need space epp i tz N You Want Genuine Bargains See Us DIAMOND BROTHERS MAIN STREET BISBEE A T CLIFTON ENGINEER HAS NARROW ESCAPE WHIRLED AROUND A SHAFT 160 REVOLUTIONS A MINUTE Clothing Caught in a Set Screw and He Has a Narrow Escape F M Ballis who runs a double headed gas engine that drives an air compressor met with an accident Tuesday which came near being fatal says the Clifton Copper Era He was cleaning the engine when the set screw on the main shaft caught in his shirt about the center of the back The shaft was turning at the rate of about ICO revolutions a minute Mr Ballis screamed for help and...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 12 August 1902

I f Jit V I I I i I 4 PROGRESS IN IRRIGATION WONDERFUL INCREASE IN AGRI CULTURE IN THE ARID STATES Statistics Regarding Arizona and Its Irrlgators Valuo of Lands Com pared Washington Aug 9 The progress of agriculture in the arid states and territories during the decade ending with 1899 Is shown In the report just published by the Division of Agricul ture of the Twelfth census At this progress is attributable largely to Ir ligation the statistics relating there to are of general Interest The number of irrigators In the Uni ted States in 1S99 not Including rice Irrigators was 10S218 an Increase in ten years of 999 per cent The area Irrigated was 7539545 acres an In crease of 107C per cent Of this area 6944412 acres were in crops and 1 695133 acres in pastures and unma tured crops The cost of the irrigation systems In operation exclusive of those on rice plantations was 67770 942 while the value of the Irrigated crops was 86860491 The total length of all the main ditches in the arid an...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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